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Temple Sinai Memorial Park

 

The Temple Sinai Memorial Park is a Jewish Cemetery in Pittsburgh created in 1947. It provides a tranquil and serene final resting place.  

Our skilled landscapers and caretakers maintain the cemetery with utmost care and grasp the special meaning of preparing a Jewish gravesite for burial. A Perpetual Care Fund is in place to insure everlasting care of the Memorial Park, helping to preserve its harmonious appearance, provide ongoing maintenance of the plots, landscaping, and roads, and enhance the tranquility of these sacred grounds.  

The Memorial Park is open year round for visitations, Sunday through Thursday, from dawn to dusk, and closes at 3 PM on Friday for Shabbat. The Memorial Park is also closed on all Jewish Holidays.

Pre-need planning is encouraged. The need to purchase plots and make arrangements often comes when a family is unprepared. They must deal not only with their grief, but with the numerous details of funeral arrangements. Choosing beforehand allows for careful decisions and for consultation with other members of the family.

Please call Drew Barkley, Executive Director, at (412) 421-9715 ext. 111, for a conversation about purchasing a plot, perpetual care, interment, and other Memorial Park information. There is no cost or obligation to learn more.

For information on purchasing a marker or Yarhzeit Plaque, please contact Judy Lynn Aiello at (412) 421-9715 ext. 124. Download a Yarhzeit Plaque Order Form.

Rules & Regulations for Green Burial

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